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Subject: Favorite Sugaree
20min sugaree in the first half hour of the show? Buckle in, this shows a goodie.
Chris, I couldn't have said it better. Mon dieu, what a show!
Promised Land doesn't give the slightest hint as to what magic lies behind it; it's clear the band is having equipment issues to sort out at the beginning and use this one simply as a platform to check the instrumentation; totally unnecessary unless you're a completist.
Too many highlights to go into; the first set here starting with that massive Sugaree rivals any of the other big firsts in May '77; 2nd set is surprisingly slight, but hey - we're 3:00 exactly by the time they're finished; why carp?
(there's a tape snip in Sugar Magnolia, btw :)
Subject: un concert à écouter et réécouter!
Le Grateful Dead 1977 est pour moi au top! Ce concert très bien enregistré le prouve une fois de plus; à découvrir au plus vite pour ceux qui ne connaissent pas encore ce groupe de légende. Mille mercis à Charlie Miller!
Franklin's Towel -
Subject: Thanks Charlie
5 stars for CM but this show is a bit tame for the tour....the heart of the 2nd set S>F>GL is rather laidback and still getting its legs, giving no indication of the monster version they will play 3 nights later.
Subject: Another May 77 classic
Charlie works his magic on another May 77 favorite. The sound was always great, but now it's even better. This version of Sugaree is epic. Sadly my favorite Sugar magnolia still has a cut. I guess no audience recording has ever surfaced to supply a patch. Ps I think Bob was lying about being late because their airplane went the wrong way. The night before they were in NYC, what a jokester!!